I wanted to credit Scott Hanna for giving Jim Muniz's art on this issue a more polished appearance, but after a quick check of the previous issue I noted that Scott Hanna has been providing the inks for the past few issues, so the simple truth of the matter is that the art looks to be coming together for no better reason than the creative team looks to be finding their footing. Now the level of detail still isn't quite up to the level that Steve McNiven brought to the book, but the issue did manage to tell the story is a clear, and at times highly effective manner. I mean the Puppet Master's control over Sue in the final pages of this issue is perfectly presented, with the final panel being particularly effective. The art also manages to capture the villain's madness, as his expression as he threatens the surgeon has a nice chilling appearance about it. I also enjoyed the scene where the Fantastic Four prepare to head off into the great unknown, as there's something rather endearing ab Read Full Review
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